Tuesday, June 4, 2013

You get some amazing shots flying. I guess that's the second biggest perk of the job! With number one being i get paid to do what i love. There aren't to many jobs around where people bring cameras to your place of work and take photos of you working. I guess i share their passion, except i get to take the photos from inside the flightdeck. So this is my second favorite part of my job, being able to take photos of the amazing things i see.. unfortunately a lot of scenes just aren't easily captured by a camera. Sunrise and sunset in particular. Maybe when i fly a bigger plane with longer sectors i will bring my big SLR to work and try capture some more. Until, i have only these.

Once again i thank everyone who still follows this blog. I know i don't post anywhere near what i used to, but i have to be careful in the day and age of social media and what is acceptable at my work and what isn't.



Until the next post, enjoy sunrise from FL190.

8 comments:

  1. Well, I enjoy reading it when you do post and I enjoy the photos. I understand the secret blogger thing, I did it for over two years before I retired.

    Photoshop was my friend!

    Thanks for the post

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  3. Nice to read you again Mike.
    Do you have any official guideline against photography in the flightdeck in your airline?

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  4. With the onset of instagram and so on, it's almost TOO easy to share one's flying pictures...but sometimes I do like just sharing pictures in a blog, because then you can perhaps attach a story behind it. (How backwards...attach a story to a picture as opposed to attach a picture to the story haha)

    And now everyone is also getting GoPro's which is nice...I'm somewhat torn between a DSLR or a GoPro for my next big purchase!

    Keep blogging :)

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  5. Love the pictures :-)
    Keep blogging!
    Steph

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  6. Really nice blog Mike, thank you for having shared your flying adventures for 4 years now!

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